- Oct. 7, 2013
-- At GLN Consulting, George Newsome and his staff are dedicated to helping teachers provide the best education for their students. By simply showing their clients how to develop their procedures, they encourage students to enhance their skills by engaging them through explanatory dynamics. Working as an online business, GLN Consulting works with teachers online to use engagement activities in the field of physiology.
On Tuesday, October 8, 2013 at 3 p.m. EST, Spotlite Radio is proud to have George Newsome, owner of GLN Consulting as a guest on the show. George will be sharing with his listeners in more detail about how GLN Consulting provides three different packages for their clients to actively engage their students in the content area of physiology. By giving their clients a task, GLN Consulting asks them to construct and answer and then revise it to help their students. This is a great way for the teachers to be aware of what they can improve and acts almost like a dry-run before the lessons begin.
George will be educating his listeners about the business and how influential it is for all of their clients as a beneficial way to educate. Their procedures help increase the depth of the learning process for all parties involved. By engagement in explanatory modeling activities, the teachers help their students to achieve a deeper understanding of physiology. Using construction, mental simulation, evaluation and adaption, explanatory modeling serves as a mechanistic explanation of a phenomenon. Initial evaluation of a candidate model involves a continuous process of mental simulation and comparison to selected features of the target, determining if it satisfies all constraints on potential explanatory mechanisms.
Please join Spotlite Radio on Tuesday, October 8, 2013 at 3 p.m. EST for an interview with owner of GLN Consulting, George Newsome. George will go into greater detail about explanatory modeling and forming a model based reasoning and mode of representation. There are always ways to coordinate all students into the plan and by providing advice and guidance to all of their clients, George and the staff at GLN Consulting know that their strategies will help engage the students. For more information about George and GLN Consulting, please visit their website at http://www.glnconsulting.com